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chase

pursuit of a lure on a racetrack or of a dragged hare in a field by a Greyhound.
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Since joining JPMorgan Chase in 1983, Groppi has held a wide variety of business management, sales, marketing, client service and merger integration positions; ex-officio roles include board member of both JPMorgan Germany and the UK; President, MHACH Inc.
On Sundays, Father Chase found his balance with the homeless and poor - spending the day handing out 500 one-dollar bills on Skid Row.
JPMorgan Chase will supply approximately 50,000 debit cards a year carrying unemployment insurance benefits approved by the Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training.
Some chase aficionados have fond memories of such films as ``Two-Lane Blacktop,'' ``Smokey and the Bandit,'' ``Death Race 2000,'' ``The Driver'' and various incarnations of ``Gone in Sixty Seconds,'' but they are not necessarily landmarks on Hollywood's road map.
NEW YORK -- Reflecting its continued investment in the market, Chase announced today that it expects to hire 485 personal bankers during the next three months to serve Bank of New York and Chase customers in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.
It's been one of the coldest drives, but it's been very good,'' said Chase, a Jones Intercable Channel 3 sports reporter.
Helping customers avoid late and over-limit fees and maintain the most favorable interest rates by encouraging them to take advantage of Free Alerts from Chase.
As a journalist, the chase wasn't a real significant story,'' said Jeff Wald, news director for KTLA (Channel 5).
Since the 2004 merger of Bank One and JPMorgan Chase, we've improved and expanded our capabilities and do so much more for our customers than our Michigan competitors can do," said Dick Wade, president of Chase in Michigan.
In these, and a few other things, Marilyn Chase differs from most moms.
AUSTIN, Texas & DENVER -- Chase Card Services (NYSE:JPM), advertising agency T3 (The Think Tank), and The Media Group (TMG), the leader in transactional and interactive TV broadcasting and advertising, announced today the launch of the first fully interactive television campaign for a financial institution that features long-form video to increase awareness for Chase Freedom, the first and only credit card that allows cardmembers to change the types of rewards they earn as their needs change, without ever leaving rewards behind.
The Chase Group, a Westlake Village-based operator and consultant for skilled-care and assisted-living nursing facilities, announced last week it had signed a long-term lease to operate the Reseda nursing home, whose mounting debts forced its appointed trustee to abruptly close the facility in late September.